Firearms Safety

Firearms Safety

Offered In The Fall. Next Session Not Yet Scheduled.

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Upsala Community Education is sponsoring Firearms Safety Training for individuals who are 11 years and older. The Firearms Safety Certificate becomes valid at age 12. Parents and other adults are welcome to enroll in the class, if certification is needed for out-of-state hunting.
The goal of this course is to teach potential hunters and other firearm users the safe use and handling of all types of weapons. Individuals who successfully complete the course will be awarded a Minnesota DNR Firearms Safety Certificate.

DATES: SEPTEMBER 16 & 17, 2021
MAXIMUM 25 STUDENTS

SEPTEMBER 16, 6-9PM: CLASSROOM TRAINING
FACS Room #S131
Parents are required to come to classroom training so they can sign DNR paperwork.

IMPORTANT: *Students need to complete the online hunter safety course on their own PRIOR to the Thursday class. There is a fee of $24.95 to take the course. Bring your passing certificate to the first day of class.

Hunter Safety Online Course

SEPTEMBER 17, AFTER SCHOOL: FIELD TEST
Students must wear BLAZE orange for the field test. Offsite location announced in class.

Please remember that elementary children should have a note from home to stay after school for events.

Instructors: Peggy Frieler, Brandon Johnson, Chris Kremers, Jeff Kremers, Kevin Lampert & Mikel Nelson
Instructors are volunteers - be sure to thank them!